chemically induced

chemically induced,

adj initiating biologic action or response by the introduction of a chemical.
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Some evidence indicates that synthetic cannabinoids can produce chemically induced psychosis.
Westcott found that chemically induced lung tumors in mice carry hundreds of point mutations deleterious alterations of single letters in the genome that are not present in tumors induced by genetic engineering.
Exploring the Black Mountains in the summer of 1967 Ginsberg took LSD and while on this chemically induced high was moved to write the poem Wales Visitation - a romanticised portrayal of the Llanthony Valley.
The results obtained in this study suggest that lower concentrations of artichoke prevent chemically induced genomic damage in mammalian cells.
Silymarin potentiates the anti-inflammatory effects of celecoxib on chemically induced osteoarthritis in rats.
According to the report, the procedure required extracting immature cells from the patient's liver to create chemically induced pluripotent cells, which can turn into any type of body parts, according to Moriguchi.
If chemically induced inflammation continues unchecked, chronic fatigue and aching arise, usually in addition to earlier warning symptoms.
Apples are a main source of polyphenols, and apple juice has been shown to attenuate chemically induced colon carcinogenesis in animal models.
Courage Back in Britain he was put in a 12-day chemically induced coma so his injuries could be treated at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.
Prenatal exposure to bisphenol A (BPA) is linked to cellular and structural changes in the mammary glands of adult rats and increased susceptibility to chemically induced cancer.
A research study is showing promise that adult stem cells within the retina can be chemically induced to regenerate photoreceptors and restore vision in people suffering from conditions such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and retinitis pigmentosa (RP).
In past studies of their original gene therapy, Chan's group was able to stimulate new formation of beta cells in the liver and restore insulin production and normal blood sugar levels in more than 100 mice with chemically induced diabetes.

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